Wednesday's Football Links

Wednesday's football news links from around the 'net.

"Greensboro Dudley's Jamaal Edwards, a 6-foot, 202-pound running back, announced for Florida State, while Martel Thatch, a 6-2, 180-pound safety at Dudley, chose North Carolina."
Heels, Noles land standouts
The Raleigh News and Observer

"Duke and North Carolina have a lot in common when it comes to how they are viewed by the rest of the ACC. It is with some resentment that people point out how the conference promotes the two athletic programs' basketball rivalry, even suggesting that it comes at a cost to the rest of them."
Maybe Duke, North Carolina were right
The Fayetteville Observer

"Swofford declined to talk about any particular school that could be a potential 12th member - but he did acknowledge the possibility that it could be another Big East school."
Swofford says ACC is happy with 11
The Winston Salem Journal

"The ACC's new football divisions could be announced in the next three or four months, but the format may not be used until 2005 -- a year after Miami and Virginia Tech join the league."
Divisions hot topic for ACC
The Raleigh News and Observer

"For all of his life Swofford had been portrayed as a mild-mannered consensus builder. Now, in the minds of some, he had become Gordon Gekko, the slick-haired corporate raider of Oliver Stone's "Wall Street."
Swofford tries to heal wounds from expansion
The Atlanta Journal Constitution

"Word is, veterans around Kansas City's training camp have been trying to get Ryan Sims to sing a few tunes for his teammates."
Sims knows KC is counting on him
The Wichita Eagle

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